4 Ways Frazzled Moms Can Survive the Next School Year

For some less than perfect, unorganized moms, the return to school brings more than the average level of stress and yes, even dread. I don’t know when the descent took place, but somewhere between Generation X and millennial movement, school has become so much more involved for parents, and so much more complex than it… Read More »

Babbel teams up with Cambridge English to launch new language test

The Berlin-based language learning service Babbel today announced that it has teamed up with Cambridge English, one the world’s leading providers of English assessments, to launch the aptly named “Babbel English Test powered by Cambridge English.” The new test, which will cost €39, is meant to assess the reading and listening skills of beginning and intermediate… Read More »

Uber suspends its service in the Philippines following ban over unregistered drivers

Uber has suspended its services in Philippines after the national regulator banned it from operating for one month. The country’s Land Transportation Franchising and Regulatory Board (LTFRB) ordered a cease and desist against the U.S. ride-hailing firm on Monday over its apparent flouting of a ban on new drivers. The company initially lodged an appeal… Read More »

Separating fiction from feasibility in the future of drone delivery

Jon is the CEO and co-founder of Kittyhawk.io, providing drone operations software to UAV operators and large commercial UAV teams spanning insurance, inspection, construction, energy, media and entertainment industries. From donuts to life-saving anti-venom, drone delivery draws attention to what the technology might look like in a few short years. While the full potential of… Read More »

FCC’s favors for Sinclair are the natural byproduct of a pro-industry agenda

Several Representatives are asking for an official explanation for why so many of the FCC’s actions seem to benefit Sinclair Broadcast Group, and a great New York Times report details a rather cozy relationship between the two. There’s no big conspiracy, though. Sinclair benefits because the FCC is deregulating the broadcast and broadband industries at… Read More »

TechCrunch launches ‘Original Content,’ a podcast about streaming TV, movies and more

Each week, TechCrunch’s Anthony Ha and Darrell Etherington talk about what’s new in original streaming shows, movies, comics and more on ‘Original Content.’ Netflix, Hulu, Amazon Prime – if it’s new, original, and available to stream on the web or mobile, you’ll hear about it on this podcast first (or at least second). Plus, we’ll… Read More »

A Computer Told Us How Sun Damaged Our Skin Is

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Why “Vifaranga Vya Computer” Are Trashing The Constitution

NASA leader Raila Odinga has referred to the fraudulently elected government of Uhuruto as Vifaranga Vya Computer. Does he have good reason to do so? http://kumekucha.blogspot.com NOW you have a golden opportunity to get the sensitive information that has been left out of the video you have just viewed plus 16 other sizzling Chris Kumekucha… Read More »

Sling TV now works in the browser

Despite having been one of the first to offer live, streaming TV over the internet, Dish’s Sling TV service has just now introduced a way to watch its service via a web browser. The company is today launching an in-browser player for Google Chrome. The player, which is still in beta, will work on both… Read More »

Calling all teachers, educators and mentors: apply to bring your class to Disrupt SF

Applications are now open for student groups to attend Disrupt SF at Pier 48 on September 19 (Tuesday) or September 20 ( Wednesday). The program is part of Include, TechCrunch’s diversity program aimed at facilitating opportunities for underrepresented groups in tech to gain better access to the startup scene. For the past several Disrupts, TC has worked informally and formally with organizations… Read More »

Uber agrees to 20 years of privacy audits to settle FTC data mishandling probe

The legacy of Travis Kalanick’s fast and loose management style at Uber continues to serve up fresh embarrassments for the embattled, still CEO-less company. Today the ride-hailing giant has settled a Federal Trade Commission investigation into data mishandling, privacy and security complaints that date back to 2014 and 2015 — ostensibly agreeing with the FTC’s… Read More »

How to Pray for Your Daughter’s Future Husband

Sometimes I wish life had a pause button. I would use it after dinner when we have our family dance parties or game nights. I would point the remote toward my daughter when she plays teacher with her stuffed animals or rides her bike on the road behind our house. Watching your children grow is… Read More »